Carol Kay Anderson, 85 years, passed away on May 10, 2024. She was a resident of Colorado Springs for 44 years and lived in several states moving around with her family and husband with the Air Force. She was in the Accounting Department at Walter Drake & Sons for many years and retired.

Carol was born on November 12, 1938 to Kenneth Beasley and Helen (Moran) Beasley in Denver, CO. On January 28, 1961 she married Alan T. Anderson in Denver, CO.

Carol was fond of all crafts. She enjoyed sewing, scrapbooking, and making cards for friends and family. She loved to garden and plant flowers. Carol and her husband had an appreciation for traveling. Carol doted on her grandchildren; she was always there to help in any way possible. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and graduated from Cathedral Catholic High School.

She is survived by her daughters: Catherine Gann (Wade) and Christine Anderson; her siblings, Joan Horak and Marilyn Smith (Lyle); her grandchildren: Corey Anderson, Ian Gann, Jenna Warbritton (Kris), Cale Gann and Ryan Boskovich; her great-grandchild, Luca Strong; many nieces, nephews, cousins that she adored and many close friends. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Alan T. Anderson; sons: Charles Anderson and Duane Anderson; brothers: Kenneth Beasley and James Beasley; sister: Norma Beasley; brother-in-Law: Eugene Horak.

A visitation will be held from 9:00am to 10:00am on Friday, May 24, 2024 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 2030 W. Colorado Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80904.  A Mass will follow and be held starting at 10:00am at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Entombment will be at Evergreen Cemetery at a different date. A reception will be held following the Mass at 2021 W. Pikes Peak Ave. (building located behind Sacred Heart Church).

Memorials in Carol’s name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association,

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  1. I am so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She was an extremely nice person and I was blessed to be able to call her my friend. I remember the first time I met your mom…it didn’t take long to become friends with her and your family.
    Sending my prayers for comfort in this hard time.
    Love you all!

  2. I love the picture you chose for her obituary. That is the Carol that I remember. I remember how excited and the happiness on my mother’s (Lois Beasley Mallo) face when she got to spend time with her cousins. We always enjoyed our visits. I hope you have a special picture in your heart of the sister, mother, grandmother, friend that she was to you. My sincere sympathies to all. 🙏❤️

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